The study was performed in the central store of medicines ,and five selected hospitals in blue nile state during the year 2007.
To access accessibility , rational use of free medicines , and the efficiency of dispensing limitations for the first twenty-four hours practices.
The study was carried using level I and level II indicators of the WHO for monitoring and assessment the pharmaceutical sector.
The study showed sustainable provision of free medical care in urban hospitals while interrupted in rural ones. In central store and urban pharmacies, on average 92% of the fifty-one free medicines monitored were available, with good storage quality and all drugs prescribed by the physician were dispensed by the urban pharmacy, while the stock-out duration was around one month on average in the central store.